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to transform lives through digital literacy. our big right now is the broadband technology opportunity program, a federally funded project through the department of aging so we're working in 26 locations, our volunteers are trained to be tutors and trainers offering everything from basic classes all the way to genealogy and job search. >> to me, a computer aon auxiliary brain, it's like knowing how to use your brain, how important is that. i think it's important and possibly seniors, it's important for them to stay in touch. er >> people like facebook or skype so they can connect to their family members or see their family member's albums from far away. >> (speaking spanish). >> what we like to focus on is transferring skills from volunteer to learner to help them get on to facebook, find housing on craig's list, being able to connect with friends and family. >> i decided teaching them what i knew and that got me into wanting to give back and to learning more and how it works. >> i discover -- i discovered that seniors need a lot of review. >> i am beginner so little by little, i learn a lo
where there's a common dynamic between paris and san francisco have made innovations, technology and the spirit of enterprise and all those elements together enable a concrete relationship between paris and san francisco and even remember it last time, with had a virtual highway between san francisco and paris, we started this virtual highway, it had a lot of babies and a lot of [inaudible] in paris and in san francisco was created, were developed from this common belief that we had in innovation, in research and with the need of building economic development on new technology, on new ways of living and creating wealth and progress of the 21st century. and it's in this spirit that with [inaudible] that i'm happy to salute with all my friendship, we are going to start a new period of our links, our ties, mayor lee is a very popular man, a very popular mayor and i want to know first the reputation of the people of san francisco through him and through his progress. we have another common link, we believe that innovation can be noble if it starts many the people, so from the interve
performing sectors. technology and telecom lagged. u.s. manufacturing activity rose for the first time in four months in september. it rose to 51.5 from 46.6 in august. readings indicate a bit of expanding economic activity. construction spending fell in august for the second month in a row posting its biggest decrease in more than a year. construction spending dropped 0.6% in august. lauren: we are live in indianapolis with a look at ben bernanke's market moving speech today. scott bower in the pits of the cme and john manly says why it's time to buy into some european markets, huh, i don't know. we got to get to that. rich edson, mr. ben bernanke had a strong message to congress, to the markets, but -- go ahead -- there was a message for main street. tell us about that. >> yeah, he did. a number number of different wae put it, a big defense for qe3 and the monetary policy has been pursuing this in response to the fox business network. the u.s. is not in a recession now. he's worried about stagnation, not monetizing the debt. he says they'll sell asset off, and they expect to keep pol
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build technology that lets users share what they want to share and that's tremendously exciting. >> julia will join us with more of that conversation coming up at 7:30. and we'll find out why craig barrett is not a facebook fan. and in sports news, yes, europe has retained the ryder cup. staging a comeback after the u.s. began sunday with a big lead. europe has won five of the last six matches. this was a heartbreak for anyone watching this. we'll talk more about that a little later this half hour. but first before we get to all of that, andrew has this morn g morning's other top stories. >> we have global data this morning and not all of it that great. eurozone manufacturing reporting its worsts quarterly performance since the depths of the great recession. factories were hit by falling nand. survey suggests that the downturn began in smaller periphery countries has now taken root in core members including germany and france. speaking of europe, an expert group will present its findings to the eu commission, that's coming tomorrow. the proposal could recommend european banks s
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? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. whatever your business challenge, why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you're a robot! but there's more in you than just circuits and wires! uhhh. (cries) a machine can't give you what a person can. that's why ally has knowledgeable people there for you, night and day. ally bank. your money needs an ally. lori: freedom of speech under fire. one man's video, world leaders up in arms a lori: outrage across the world with his entire islam you to video under arrest. could face up to three years behind bars for allegedly violating his parole and lying about his involvement in the film. this as global leaders feared nuys the very notion of free speech. joining me now. great to see you. first, the filmmaker. and so let you know how to pronounce his name. >> that's why he was arrested. people have said, how can he be arrested on a probation violation? because we don't know who he is. you will even give us his real name. lori: an information gat
the technology and services to help you solve it. ♪ lori: surprise, surprise. government regulation is to blame for the u.s. becoming less internationally competitive and years. this is according to a new george mason university report. the study suggests tarnishes dry regulatory burden is not only harming the ability to do business, but the problem is likely to get even worse. former cbo director joins me now , president of the american action forum. thank you for joining is a day. give me a sense of how stifling $488 billion in regulatory costs under this president are for the economy. >> you can think of a regulatory costs just the same as you think of a tax cost. in the economy recovering as poorly as this one and you hit a tax increase you expect bad things to happen. certainly this is one of the two big problems facing the economy. the other being a large amount of debt, and it is the reason why in ranking after ranking we are seeing the united states but is lower and lower. this is not a place for companies want to come. lori: what should we be spending in regulatory costs given are lack
it with modern technology. together you get quality services on your terms, with total customer support. legalzoom documents have been accepted in all 50 states, and they're backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. so go to legalzoom.com today and see for yourself. it's law that just makes sense. lori: your credit score may not be what it seems. major discrepancy between as ♪ lori: in focus tonight, you and your 40-ton credit score. do you know which one year went to the lender is looking at? it turns up the when you receive as a consumer might not be the same credit score a potential lender receives causing huge problems. joining me now with more, consumer education director for credit dot com. thank you for joining us. how widespread is it? how often does it happen that your credit score as the consumer is different than a score your lender is looking at? >> well, almost 100 percent of the time because typically consumers do not get this course that lenders are using, unless they have already applied for credit and been turned down or charge more for credit, then a disclosure is req
and it's important to realize with any type of motion picture technology people want -- it's not anything. in fact there was a fiction film with grover cleveland in 18, whatever that would have been. the mckinley inauguration is on the film and people have wanted to apply film to presidency forever but we just reached a point in time in 2008 when the technology was enough that one person rather than i would say from the 60's onward about three people could actually do this work. and more importantly than that i think it's a personality meeting technology moment. for instance in the 1960 election that talks about the jfk and how -- telegenic he was an hard already been used by several presents beforehand that he had this unique temperament and look that really spoke well to television. i think you have a similar thing with the internet and barack obama it and other people have tried to harness the power of the internet to what extent they could but i think there is a reason why say will.i.am didn't make an music video about howard dean. it wouldn't quite be the same. also at the very heart
's a revolution going on as could the nation, call it the maker movement. the latest innovations in technology. but can it spark the country's next industrial revolution? the next guest covers the ever-changing world of technology, chris anderson editor in chief of "wired" magazine. he's the author of a new book "makers the new industrial revolution" and we welcome you here to the table. thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> so, i want to talk about 3-d printing this is part of your sort of theory that we're in this new industrial revolution. it won't come from big factories. we're all going to become our own industrialists if you will. how does it work? >> a 3-d printer is something you can buy for $2,000 or less. what it allows you to do is the same way your regular printer allows you to print out on paper, it allows you to take an image or object or design and brings it up in layers. >> i could never get my head around it. >> your printer takes bits and turns them into little dots of ink but if you went layer after layer and layer and rather than print it were plastic and eventually you'd
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in technology and energy. there's probably -- when you see these pops, sometimes it's a function as if there was already expectation waiting for a catalyst. >> one of the surprising sectors this year have been the financials. they've done very well. do you think that continues or not? >> it could. i think there's huge head winds in financials with nominal yields so low. you have net interest income almost nonexistent. there's not a lot of source of top-line growth. there's huge operating leverage in those franchises, so the valuations were so compelling there was reason to buy. but going forward, it would be hard to see where that comes from. >> brian, what does the backdrop look to you? we're waiting for the jobs numbers tomorrow. do you see an immediate impact in terms of behavior, whether it's individual, institutional behavior, when we get this economic data? what's your take on the backdrop as we await for jobs in terms of the economic landscape right now? >> look, i think jobs and housing are very connected. you know, the good news is that the house numbers have stopped bei
to introduce new innovation and technology. the only way to do that is having a more qualified work force. >> i want to put to use something one economist said to me, which is that you can account for brazil's growth rate recently with one word, that is china. is that sustainable? >> that is not really sustainable in the long run. china will continue to grow at this rate. in order to grow, brazil has to do something on their own. we have to do our own homework. that is investing in the quality of education, improving our systems. the productivity has been stagnant. >> i want to put a different point of view to you. i have been here a few days and you live here. it does not feel like the city in the grips of an economic slowdown. i see people in the streets. people are spending money. this feels like a confident country. >> we are confident. the prospective of growth is reasonable. we are going to grow. the question is, how fast? 4%? or at to 7% by china and india? because we do not have a well- educated work force. that is the main impediment to growing more. if we want to grow like china and i
in launching a satellite carrying rocket. trying to test ballistic missile technology. pak accused the u.s. of forcing the council of the launch. and he accused south korean president of causing interkorean relations to hit rock bottom. some people from japan are an emotional and spiritual journey in north korea. paying their respects to relatives they lost at the end of world war ii. fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters, who died and were buried far from home. nhk world reports from pyongyang. >> reporter: parents or siblings of the group's members died of illness or hunger while interned by the soviet military. it occupied what is now north korea right after the war. the group arrived in pyongyang on saturday. they visited a site where the dead were first buried, then a hill where the gd more than 20 japanese journalists to cover the visit. some japanese are praying for the family members and relatives at their grave site. this is the first visit of its kind since world war ii. japan's health ministry says some 35,000 japanese died in the area. but it says the remains of about 20,
buffett is bearish on technology. angelina jolie jokes about her tech phobia. and winona ryder told jimmy fallon the internet scares her. >> the googling, which is terrifying to me. >> reporter: and the man with over 100 movies under his belt doesn't e-mail or carry a phone. >> i'm a millionaire. that's a difference. >> reporter: but the lack of access. >> it's not me. it's you who's sweating this. >> reporter: okay, christopher walken. but for us working stiffs we can't escape technology. morning, noon and night. the power to unplug is a luxury we can't afford. >> maybe just this once. tuning in and logging out. for "good morning america," tanya rivero, abc news, new york. >> my fantasy, logging out. not going to happen. >>> coming up here on the broadcast, new details on the high school shocker in florida. a teacher charged with hiring a hitman to kill another teacher. what drove him to it? >>> plus, caught on tape. the leap from a burning building in the bronx to save the life of a 71-year-old man. >> we're going to hear from him coming up. >>> as if the topless photos of kate middleto
of the gate. number four, california institute of technology, earning more than $67,000 as a starting salary. number three, east coast counterparts in massachusetts institute of technology beat mit grad as little more to begin with. and the u.s. naval academy, starting salary for graduating midshipmen to more than $70,000 a year. the number one school with the highest paid grad is the u.s. military academy. those graduating from west point can and $76,000 a year to begin their career. but when you looked in yes down the road, the graduates earning the most money are from princeton university with an average salary of $137,000 a year. interesting numbers. we'll be right back with the answer to our question of the day. who is the better communicator? the president for mitt romney? ♪ debate wednesday, campaigns trying to lower expectations for each candidate, but who do you think is the better communicator? here's what some of you are tweeting. she says we don't need a great communicator, but a great leader, another viewer says it's a tough call. mitt is a rhetorical kind of guy, and barak ob
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paths tried by abraham and jacob. we blaze new trails in science, technology, medicine, agriculture. in israel, the past and the future find common ground. unfortunately, that is not the case in many other countries. today, a great battle is being waged between the modern and the medieval. the forces of maternity seek a bright future -- modernity seek a bright future in which the rights of everyone is protected. in which every life is sacred. the forces of medievalism seek a world in which women and minorities are it segregated and knowledge is suppressed and in which not life, but death is glorified. nowhere more starkly than in the middle east. israel stands proudly with the forces of modernity. we protect the rights of all of our citizens, men and women, jews and arabs, muslims and christians, all are equal before the law. our scientists when noble prizes -- win nobel prizes. we prevent hunger by irrigating land in africa and asia. recently i was deeply moved when i visited one of our technological institutes. i saw a man paralyzed from the waist down climb up a flight of stairs
namely the lcd in cell technology display screen. all of those reports are coming out now about how perhaps there aren't enough screens out there for the phones. he is an operations guy, tim cook. he has made possibly what could be considered two errors when it comes to this iphone 5. do you become more skeptical now, jim? >> well, look. it's got great demand. i think that i've always been concerned at what point does the steve jobs legacy run out? tim cook was really running the company for very many years because of jobs' illness. look, it just shocks me. do i want to just -- the company made an apology. it's pretty clear they're going to fix it. if they fix it then people will want the iphone 5 but i think this was a cut the nose off to spite their face situation. i don't like it. >> they got over the antenna problem very quickly a couple years back. they did hold a press conference and say we made a little mistake. i guess they kind of admitted it and moved on and so did the consumer in terms of saying fine we give you a pass. >> and the shareholder. >> the more customers use th
. for the mother of the bride. for whoever you are, for whatever you're trying to achieve, pnc has technology, guidance, and over 150 years of experience to help you get there. ♪ >>> saw todd's on later today. didn't go to miami, but from -- >> he worked down there, i think. >> he is on the wrong side. >> yeah. he'll be on at 7:30, right? >> yeah. >> good morning. and welcome back to "squawk b " box." jobs report, expectations are all over the map. forecasters saying 118,000 jobs. unemployment rate holding steady at 8.1%. roit reuters looking for 113,000. they're looking for a rise to 8.2%. ap using 11,000. >> pretty tight range. joining us to talk about the importance of the1,000. >> pretty tight range. joining us to talk about the importance of the data, furs jared bernstein and also tony fratto. gentlemen, welcome. how important is this number? is this the most important number or is it the number that voters get just a couple days before they walk into the election booth? >> at that point if you're not pretty much locked down, i don't think any particular number will change your mind u
for inviting me. >> hong kong university of science and technology. very much appreciate your thoughts. let's give you a look at what's on the agenda in asia tomorrow. japan central bank begins its two-day policy meeting. the boj is likely to stand pat this time around but may signal more stimulus on the 30th of october. elsewhere, india posed september services pmi following strong numbers in august and cnbc will have an exclusive interview with malaysia's prime minister, so be sure to tune in for that. >>> back over this side of the world, business activity in the eurozone shows no sign of a rebound. the latest composite pmi figures for september fell to the low nest three years. france and spain saw a mild contraction as the country struggled with painful austerity measures. >>> meanwhile, growth in britain's sector services slowed in september. services pmi fell to 52.2 last month down from a reading of 53.7 in august. joining us now discuss is chris williamson, chief economist at market. good to have you onboard. i want to start out with the uk numbers because we've seen some move in t
in demand, two-thirds of it will be delivered for natural gas for use as the fracking technologies. >> which is obviously drawing a lot of investment into the sector. so if investors feel positive putting money into it in. >> there are two sides to the investment story. the global which is all about investment in the massive reserves of shale gas and other conventional gas opportunities. but investment is also about the real need to improve the technologies for fracking especially in europe where economic viability of tracking is still challenging. for example in the uk, while there is a real opportunity for energy being extended as a result of fracking, the result is 20% of the offshore shale gas reserves are economically viable to date. >> also what about the concerns of the actual procedure itself? because you're blasting through rock with water, so you're really upsetting the structure i guess of the earth itself. people are very worried about whether that becomes destabilizing. >> that's very true. there are a lot of environmental and social concerns around fracking. for example, govern
in the way as a country towards trying to save what is still the greatest or biggest technology. melissa: so what is the barrier to that happening? because obviously, and say this all the time, this company is hemorrhaging. you've seen the stock drop 94, 95%, whatever it is from its all-time high. at the same time the device is ubiquitous in a business setting. for regular people on the street you see them with iphones. even people at work that have iphones still have a blackberry to do e-mail with each other. there is still huge value there. how does the company unlock that. >> that is the key. you hit the nail on the head. the core competency of the company are really like dinosaurs like myself. melissa: and myself. >> we're not cool and savvy. we're very focused on e-mail, memo pad, the calendar, a phone. what we're dying to have is better and faster download attachments and also access to the web. melissa: yeah. >> which this phone does not have. you correct the two things. there will be a lot of dinosaurs like myself be very, very happy. but going to your earlier question, how do you un
, the danger of leaching out some of that technology would be deep. so look, i think at this moment in time there's only one central question. when we say iran should not have nuclear weapons capability, do we mean it and i think the answer in the international community is yes, we do. therefore the risk for conflict is a risk of miscalculation by the iranian regime that we're not serious about this. we are. >> president ahmadinejad, i sat down with him, we'll play a clip from that in a moment, he struck a strangely modifying tone, many thought. he was more reasoned than he has been in previous years at this event. one theory being that he's genuinely concerned that israel may do some kind of preemptive strike, and then no one could control what happens next. secondly, the sanctions may really be biting. the sanctions in particular in relation to the oil exportsnd to the banks may now be really hurting iran and he's getting a lot of heat from his own people. what do you think? >> well, i think he will be getting a certain amount of heat from some people, because there's no doubt the sanctio
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as as criminals use more and new sophisticated technology the use of orders issued by a judge and explicitly authorized by congress to obtain non-content information is simply for federal law enforcement officials to carry out their duties to protect the public and investigate violations of federal law. we knew about the death of a u.s. border agent. now there is a new report that indicates guns linked to operation fast and furious may have been involved in more killings. and we're getting word just how young some of those victims are said to have been. a live report is next. plus, a tough road ahead to the indianapolis head coach. an announcement today that is he suffering from leukemia. details and the prognosis coming up. big tire event? your ford dealer. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mind to anyone who might be in the market for a new set of res? your ford dealer. i'm beginning to sense a pattern. buy four select tires, get a $60 rebate. use the ford service c
for four new ultradeep water drillships. >>> technology down just a bit today but it of course has been on a tear in the third quarter. the sector up more than 10%. so is there more room to run? what you need to know as we head into the fourth quarter. >>> plus an absolute nightmare. re -- robert frank is all over it. >>> that 75% tax on the rich in france is now on the books. but you don't have to be french to be worried. i'll explain what it could mean for the u.s. and other countries around the world. more on la power lunch that's about the extent of my french, tyler. back to you. >> all righty. thank you. we'll be right back. let's -- let's start over from the beginning. we were just driving along, comin' back from the lake, and all of a sudden, ka-plam. it blindsided us. what is it? our college savings account. how do you think it happened? not sure. i think something we bought a while ago turned out to be something else, annnnnd, i remember a lot of other stuff in there had the word "aggressive" in it. is everyone okay? well, now, yeah. who knows later. ♪ [ mujahid ] there was a
-star technology or an aftermarket device that plugs into the car's under-the-dash diagnostic connecter, a growing number of consumers are happy to share their driving information with their insurer. while telematics can help track stolen vehicles and determine fault in an accident, there is something a little big brotherish about your insurance company knowing how fast you're driving and yoiur acceleration habits. "if they are a little leery in letting an insurance company look at when and how and how far they drive, they can opt in, opt out - they can go month-by- month and see if they even enjoy the program." progressive insurance makes a point of saying its snapshot telematic device does not record location and won't necessarily know if you are speeding. unless of course you're going a hundred miles an hour. progressive will know if you're, say, driving 50, but because location isn't tracked, they won't know if that's perhaps on a residential street. and the insurers say telematics data are used to help you drive better & lower premiums, not to penalize you. following a week of angry and confu
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with new investments. >> technology is far behind in burma, less than 1 percent of the population have access to the internet and there is no self service. she refers to her people under the age of 55 as the lost generation, the burmese that have never known what it is like to speak freely, some 50,000 burmese live in the bay area and tomorrow many of them will be to meet her at her last event in san fransisco before she heads to los angeles. linda yee, cbs 5. >> it has been long known to happen but now there is legal action against the u.s. military over sexual assaults. 19 current and former members of the military filed lawsuits in the seventh disco federal courts. the victim's claim that they were harassed, lake, and or insulted and suffered retaliation when they reported the incidents. the lawsuit names top department of defense officials as defendants. >> for the past nine years, two months, and 28 days, i have been alone, and i have been silenced. i want my voice back. i will not be silenced any more. >> a similar lawsuit was thrown out in virginia last year, the judge said that
're probably going to reach a different decision act that toxic -- about that toxic technology. so for those of us worried about what's being produced and how it's being produced, letting people make their own decisions is going to make quite a difference. here's another one. this gets fun know. where to produce. if the workers in every enterprise made the decision about where to produce, how many of them would you think would close the factory and move it to chi? ? -- china? i would guess kind of money would be a pretty good one. [laughter] zero. or close to zero. wow, what a thought that the workers who have to live with the factory that closes, who live in a community that will be affected by a factory that closes or an office that -- those workers themselves would make the decision. whoa. here's another one. if the workers decide what to do with the profits that their labor helps to produce, here's an interesting thing we could expect. over the last 30 years with boards of directors elected by major shareholders, we've noticed something i'm sure you've all noticed, that the boards of dir
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